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2000 toyoto echo with manual transmission. backup lights don't work. bulbs are good. fuse is good. Where is backup light switch & how do I troubleshoot & replace it?

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Backup light / Reverse Lights are located in the transmission case. It is not too hard to change, once you locate the switch can be done easily. I have enclosed pictues for your understanding4188b48.jpgacf7e34.jpg

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